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Brendan Creecy & Phil VecchioRadio BrendoMan #58 - Radio Pop Sickles

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Phil and Brendo are joined by special guest Derick Armijo and they proceed to talk about all kinds of nostalgia and pop culture related topics for over three hours. These things include Looney Tunes, Monkey Trouble, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, 90210, The Carrie Diaries, Batman, Steven Soderbergh, Spike Lee, and so many other things. Some would say too many, but we disagree. They also talk about their Kickstarter to make Radio BrendoMan shirts!

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Artist/Composer: Brendan Creecy & Phil Vecchio
Keywords: radio brendoman; brendan creecy; phil vecchio; derick armijo; pop sickles; podcast; crossover; pop culture; movies; brendoman; music; looney tunes; cartoon network; monkey trouble; thora birch; charlie and the chocolate factory; roald dahl; tim burton; 90210; the carrie diaries; batman; paul dini; steven soderbergh; spike lee; kickstarter

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